Dan provided more than 30 years of excellent service conducting complex investigations of sophisticated financial crimes as a special agent with the Internal Revenue Service, Criminal Investigation. His dedication to thorough and complete investigations guided him then, and he now continues to provide that same level of dedication and expertise to Flannery | Georgalis, LLC.
During his tenure with the IRS, Dan regularly worked with IRS Revenue Agents, DOJ Tax Division attorneys, IRS Office of Chief Counsel, Assistant U.S. Attorneys, and many other federal law enforcement components. Dan led complex financial investigations of individuals and businesses in tax evasion, money laundering, and other financial crimes. His experience also included developing some of the largest securities fraud, mortgage fraud, and food stamp fraud cases in the Northern District of Ohio.
As a special agent, Dan provided critical evaluations of complex financial transactions through detailed analysis of bank, legal, and corporate documents. He also testified in various federal criminal proceedings, including jury trials and grand jury proceedings. Dan repeatedly displayed his abilities to coordinate complicated financial investigations over the course of his career when he worked on multi-agency criminal investigations with the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the Department of Homeland Security, the Department of Agriculture, and the Securities and Exchange Commission.
Because of his unrivaled record as an IRS special agent, Dan was selected to work on the Swiss Bank Program, a United States Department of Justice and IRS collaborative effort focusing on the role of foreign banks in offshore tax evasion. Dan was presented with the Department of Justice-Tax Division Special Act Award for this work.
Dan graduated with an Accounting degree from the University of Dayton, and he has received many distinctions during his career at IRS, including the IRS-Criminal Investigation Excellence Award.
University of Dayton (Accounting)